Market place lending: peer to peer pressure

High Street Banks.

An innovation born out of crisis may struggle as conditions normalise

Philippe Dauman, Sumner Redstone and Shari Redstone

Sumner Redstone: class warfare

A terrible ownership structure makes for an awful mess

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Xerox: slow Burns

The company’s chief executive has had to swim against the current

Renminbi bonds: swift execution

China’s currency needs to depreciate. The question is how

UK gas: fracking up

Falling gas prices should kill off hydraulic fracturing in Britain

Bank of America: the law lost

Cases should be decided by courts rather than settled privately, but there are risks for both sides

Newspaper wars: private eyes

Hostile takeovers always feature lots of tough talk. But money, not rhetoric, normally wins the day

Oil supply: drill pickle

US shale regions might have one last burst of life left

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Leveraged loans: who’s your daddy

Banks are making fewer risky loans. Regulators cannot take all the credit

Negative yields: go to the mattresses

Sub-zero scenario represents an uneasy financial contradiction

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